Join leading Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorney Roy Oppenheim and special guests CBS4 Chief Investigative Reporter Stephen Stock and Florida real estate developer Patrick Sessions in the first episode of Oppenheim’s new talk show reviewing the Florida real estate saga past, present and future. The first episode of From The Trenches will play on Oppenheim Law’s YouTube Channel starting Thursday May 12, 2011 or tune in to watch the live taping tonight at 7:30 PM via Oppenheim Law TV.
Florida homeowners are invited to tune in to get perspective on where the market is today, where we are headed and options available to craft a personal bailout.
From the Trenches by Roy Oppenheim is a community service talk show. It is designed to interact and engage the South Florida real estate community of buyers, sellers, investors and real estate professionals in a lively online forum.
Meet the first guests on From the Trenches
Guests Stock and Sessions offer expert depth and perspective on the status of the chaotic Florida real estate market .
Bringing his years of experience to the screen, Stock hasn’t just reported the news, he’s helped change policy. After reporting cases of fraudulent documents used in foreclosure cases, a major home title insurance company stopped providing title insurance for homes foreclosed on by GMAC Mortgage, one of of two companies Stock discovered couldn’t verify the documents it was using in court. Among his numerous accomplishments, Stock is a regional Edward R. Murrow award winner and was named an Ethics Fellow at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg in 2004.
Currently Councilman of Coconut Grove Village Council and founder of Sessions Development, Patrick Sessions has over 35 years of experience in the real estate industry, including serving as president of Weston, the largest planned development in South Florida, from 1985 to 1991. His broad range of expertise is evident in the list of diverse projects his firm is involved with, as well as his additional experience in the corporate elements of the industry. Sessions founded the company that bears his name in 1992 to provide real estate development services for his own interests, as well as investors and owners.
Together Oppenheim, Stock and Sessions will discuss the past year’s cascade of headlines ranging from corruption to fraud to the fall of South Florida’s largest foreclosure mills.
Watch it live or replays via your iPad, iPhone or laptop via http://www.oppenheimlaw.tv starting May 12, 2011.